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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PXfiE RIGHT TUB LETURHinGE DAILY t O VISIT OF PRINCE TO UNITED STATES OTTAWA. Auff, Kv-Mothiijs ii known as yet hero as to the Prince of is lively to visit the VoUeJ -tho duration of his stay in that country. Xo de- cieion will be reached in ro- gard to the matter 'but it is certain that iae prince can not leave until ihe conclusion of his Ca- uadian tour. o v is Quite as much to advimce social Mackenzie King' Will Carry Out WEDNESDAY. 'v. Progressive Reforms Adopt- ed at Ottawa H te AUK. teal hopes Lad been surprlfced in the (ACI that I the Liberal party of Canada hail chos- j en H-ja- U Mackenzie King rts j J leader of the opposition according to 1 Or, W. W. Audrey, of Regina, who has j made a close stduy Utirtag recent of the work of the young Can- reformer. Ihe one wan in political who has ;he knowledge j snd material in liim to enable him i to part of a Lloyd Uaorge for j ho said. "His election pTOVan. means that the Literal party has ac-' icepted a new program, which in its well-terns as national well-befog. Con seiucnUy tho Interests ol the com- munity should ba tho welMjeiug ol tho employees safe- management be ade- quately recogdtiei] and capital justly comptnsaled. as entitled lo aa opportunity to earn a living to fair reasonable hours, of work and proper working 'conditions, to :i decviit iiome. to the, opportunity of play, to learn to worship, to love as woll as toil, and the 'responsibility rests as heavily on industry as upon gvoeraiueut lo see that these ami opportunities important items was move it In a resolution by Mackenzie King Iho A Practical Plan "It was under h's advice that in- I day before election. U means duslrlal democracy was put into force in the Colorado mines nfter the pain- ful strike of a few years ago. In this group wines in a frontier region and partly devoid of municipal organ- lation. in a group of worker's repre- senting 23 different nationalities, the right was given to every 150 men to elect one representative on the man- ew iorK agjug board with, those who repre- b anker, Jti R recent address sa'd, that Nented tab vested interests. This the nation that solved the problem of (board deals wiih alt uuuiers such as the relation between capital and lahor wages, hours of labor, housing con- most successfully would dominate opportunities aiwl future. 1 an other matters of mutual inttresL i that ttose become the working grain the- and io these Mao1 J beoilo King may be trusted to com- rait himself and his future to niafctns these accomplished reforms in Can- "Mr. YasderHp, the great New York Clean lo handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores tontinue-d Dr. .Andrcw-s, ''call for proportional repre- lienlation. uew relations Let ween 'labor and capital, mid a ere ate rj i tempt than has ever been made I to realize economic, and social-justice in Canada. Tbosa who hava read his great worK. -entitled 'Industry and will1 understand how much. ls: covered In the -wordiug of Ihese resolutions. These' reforms will do more than anything else to put a stop t.o anarchiftid Bolshevism, aucl other forms of labor unrest. Industrial Democracy "The "work Mackenzie King and- of the "VYiUey Commission iu Oreat i Britain lias largely heen. responsible, for great commercial concerns In thej t'nlted Stales nnd Canada iatroduc-; ng genuine Industrial democracy in-' o their management.- He is the one man, ivith vision and definite know- edge sufficient to enable him to push hrough reforms establish on sure, foundations Setter relations etiveen lahor and element ofilabor will feel now that. he question of industrial democracy and so forth hare heen .brought into Xo strikes have occurred since this plan, has been adopted." ST. Aur shores ot Divldi from the city, a weeks crowds ga'hercd to watch the start ct iho first nnn-stop Irads- Atlantic airplane flight, were agnlu thronged with enthusiastic landers today wheu the Princo of Wales on h'.s visit 10 colony rent to the late for the ?.Qnual regatta. In-wituesslBg the roisatta. Mature ot summer Hfo hen- for nearly 70 years, the prince- was following'In the foolsleiis of Ms was the guest honor at a similar event GO ago. -1'articularly apyropr- ate was the presence c-t the Prluco ot Wales today, for it marked tho revival oC tho event which liad been aban- doned during the war. The racing program occupied the entire day, but ihfe priucc was restrict- ed to a two-hour {visit, as Jie was scheduled to ihe vily noon re-embark on ihe baulc cruiser Ra- uowu, awaitiiik him at CoueeuUoa Hay. ana proceeJ to Si. John. N.U., to visit lu Canada. After the prince had left the regatta coursQ at Qui blvidii, a sudden wind squall overturned XalUe. anil one of her crew, Charles Uetters, a returned stfldier, was drosViUHl. Uc- cause of the ace'ileut other cveuls on the program were abandoned. 'Itched andBurned. Scarce- ly SlepMIuticura Heals. '-PSiapJes cffscted icy They were Ztfge and slwaya feateied, and "ifcey were scstierea all over my face. They afterwards 'ramed iclo scales and when they fell -joff they left big mprks "unli nry fcce was disfigoed. They Jtcbed and burned BO that I acarcdy slept si all. "I had been "bothered forhearfy two months bciort I eiartsdusing Cuticuia, end'Hier I had boxes d CulicuiK Ointment with the Coticnra' Pcap T V-BS completely healed." (Signed) Miss U Sums, Si. Bazile, Qne., Junt 6, 1913. Use Cuticura Soap, Oiatjncnt and Talcran for all toilet purposes. cadi cf CoBcari Ssm Oat- ftjcrf Tt3ciEn uicUeu pest-tanj; ftjt i, SarUr, 0. 8. -L." mrrvbat. BUCHAREST, Aug. The only thought of tho Rumanian government in ordering its troops to enter Buda- pest, Premier Bratiano explained to a I correspondent, was to help the allied armies suppress Bolshevism nnd to YORK, Aug. 13. Interior decorating, so essential to the vallng of hundreds of aparenients bti- ins prepared for October leasinVcarne to a bull today by Iho strike- of painters, decorators and papur hang- At a meeting yesterday the DOMINION TIRES Come Through with the Miles DOMINION TIRES are consiftentljfeconomical. The owner of a high class touring car in Toronto, who rides on the luxurious "DOMINION ROYAL CORD" Tires, the driver of a jitney at Lake Louise, who scoots over the Rockies on "DOMINION CHAIN and a grocer in Halifax, whose, delivery cars are equipped with DOMINION "PLAIN all say the same They Get the Mileage Out of Dominion Tires. Dominion Tires gives this extra mileage because they are of extra good materials, by experts. DOMINION INNER.TUBE? ate mileage mates of Dominion insure perfectly balanced tires. See that your: 1 Dominion Tires are fitted with Dominion Inner Tubes. DOMINION TIRES and ACCESSORIES arc distributed through DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM BRANCHES, and Bold by the Beit Dealers throughout Canada.' r 11 strike committee decided to adx'anco the date ot the strike originally an- nounced for Kriday and ordered tbe last uight and not men to (juit work return today. Tho workers demand a five day j The Elgin county farmers ivra. working of hours with u. wage ot ouo.dollaV an hour. They have beeu receiving six dollars a day for a 44- hour week. i in tor the raising of Uelgian harts. Federal-land SSCMoJJ. S. farmers cluriiiE .June OS long-tinio first mortgages. restore order. we ivero wajtiug for the ar- rival of allied troops the Bolshevik! 'attacked tbe .Rumanian troops on the Transylvanlan Trontior. After several j days of hard fighting in which. Rurna- practicnl pol'ties. that they may liftitiii received no material- he'p from I up their beads with new hope. U is 'the allies, the Bolshevik forces were to be hoped that some of the brainiest the premier said, j j and broadest minded from _the Tho eovernment ,ofv Bela from tbe be eiected to Par to Bassist Jlactenzie King; in bis great should he erer bR c'all- ;he-rtTerniership. -H is now up to the "Union government to go one bet-: ler can; The question ot social reform is up and cannot now :he shelv- ed.' s .A New Canada have a neir political It assuredly, ineana a .new Liberal party. Let Us aujwU means a Canada. 'new Industrial creed which read at the last meting of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the'United States (corresponding So our Boards of Trade) and which was received with enthusiasm leaders In business is practically digest of Mackenzie Kjng's .book, en- titled ''Industry and Humanity." One paragraph ot this creed reads as fol- lows: MsckenziTe King's Doctrine and Capital are part- ners not enemies. Their interests are common not opposed. _ community, is an seiitial party .to industry and should representation. ot industry iun was overthrown, ieavy suVrifices on tiie although at part ot the j Rumanian army. io rende-Vi the victory .effective, "i Rumanian troops occupied Hiidapest and restor- ed order where anarchy had prorail- ed." A Few Factory Facts re Present and Future Retail Prices that Should be of Interest to the Buying Public .iT -'ir AttentioR Farmers! WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF Crescent and Star Plow Shares On hand and will sell them at less than wholesale prlcea, 14-lucb at ?3.45; and 12-Jnch at 13.00 each, cash with order, and pay tha freight on all orders ot flve-cr more lo your station. Orders accepted subject to previous EMERSON 4, 31 2....................... PB14 219 2 BKHl-1 -8......................... 152 2....................... P12-2 2....................... P14-10 '....................1218' 7UONTHEAL, Aug. the CDtrance of Dominion Park was closed during the fatal fire on Sunday after- noon and that thev'iycre wlien tlie flames had been controlled, in ignqrance that there fyad beta loss ol life, are items m tho statem'enls made by the'directors oE the-Domin- ion Park today over the signature of J. H. nedpath, president. The that the man agement would have been only too glad to close the park after tho l of life had been rjiscotereO, hut 'that with thousands arriving and thous- ands already In, it feared that such a coarse would have led to wild rumors ending in a panic in which there might have been heavy toll. Be- fore the hand.program began all the bodies of the unfortunate victims bad been removed from the park. F 10 3........................ 162 3........................ R33 2....................... P33H 8 161 1 X41 0 2311 8 215 '13 217 2 .....i.................. 057 2 323 'I. OLIVER tin '9 ...J..........y........ K2 10 n 7 1 ICO 2 162 Z JUJ CANTON 2C4 261, 334 COCKSHUTT 2 SP22H 2...................... JOSH ........................SP27 1 PI02i 14 JOSU 2........................ J5I2 2...................... DWflfi VETERANS DROWN W LAKE NEAR EDMONTON liron'n' occurred at Lake Wabamun ;lhis .fternoon wilhin five of' each other. Both victims "were returned I men. At Seabeach, Earl Varcoc, 21, Tisitor to Edmonton from Camphell-. lord, Ont, dived from a boat about 400 yartta from Eho're. HG got into difficulties and assistance, sank before help reached liitn. At feast iiay Falls, on 'the lake, George Potter, 21, batbins with friends and was Deceased could not'awirn. The party wa3 balh'- ing and none of the party saw Potter disappear. VERfW P1020 ...16 MS JOS J014 The Co. F. J, Prep., MILK RIVER, ALTA. MAY VISIT AMERICA HOME, Aug. Duko of Aosla, driest couslrt of 'King Victor Emmanuel and commander of tbe Italiin third army during tho war, it became known today, probably will soon make a yislt to America, China anrl Japan, ._ A dispatch from Home on July 12th aald.thal plana 'for a world tour by the Italian crown prince had been re- vived. and that he would leave for North America In the fall. The Duke of-Aosta 50 years old and the elfleal brother of [he Duke ot the Ahruzzi, vtcc-admlral of the Italian navy, BRITAIN HELD CREW OF BIG SUB, BREMEN BERLIN, Aug. the Vossischc- ZejtHng aaj-.s that of the Herman Ktibmnrjpc Bremen, whlrh 'ROM DIRECT INFORMATION we areiiv receipt of, from some of the largest and merchandise, we have prices effect all lines of most reliable Eastern Manufacturerssn strongly advised to protect ourselves where possible.at buying ahead, as they predict that present-day clothing, ancl shoes, cottons and woollen goods of all kinds will show an advance of atjeast 25% within the next few months, due to the heavy demands from European countries on all lines of merchandise-manufactured in Canada and the United Stales. These increased demands oh the home markets are fast depleting any surplus stock of. raw material on hand, so that prices consequently must advance for some time to .come..This means that Suits and Overcoats thai we can offer you. now at you Vvill be asked to pay to more for, according to quality you select. h" I Shoes we are now selling for and will be worth from per pair more within a few months. Underwear now selling at and per suit, wiH have to be sold at the advance prices, and per suit, and the same thing will apply to nearly all other lines we handle. Merchants can not protect you faf ahead, re these rapidly advancing prices as the manu- fdcturers today hav'e only a limited quantity of merchanidi'sc to offer the'retailer so that placing ahead to protect is almost impossible.; c For reasons given we strongly advise early buying this Fall. Buy not only what you need nqk butifor future requirements as well. Take our. will pay you. 'We were fortunate in getting into the markets early for fall and winter have secured many lines in clothing and other lines in men's wear at prices that are much .be- low today's'market will bejin a a time at least to offer special price 'inducements ihat.should attract you lo this store early.. We have recently added many new lines in Fall Clothing, also new furnishing, to our present large'stock. Call early and inspect.these. .We will be in a position to meet you this Fall with a larger and more complete stock than ever before. We want and will appreciate your patronage, but whether you buy af this store or elsewhere, "Buy 7 McKelvie The "2" McGuire dlaappearcfi three 5'tarB ago, rlvccl at Bremen. Great Itrltaln kept men prison nnrt completely, shut Ihom olf from Ihe world In order (o keep whereabouts of a Hi o nt'wsiiapor Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta ;